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Best is one of the leading manufacturers and Exporters of Guar Gum powder and Guar Gum Splits . We command a high reputation worldwide for quality products, efficient services and level of reliability as a stable supplier of quality products in Guar Gum Industries.

Best has its production site at Rajasthan, India's foremost guar growing state, well equipped with a high tech automatic machines.

Applications

Guar gum is a galactomannan polysaccharide obtained from ground endosperm of the legume Cyamopsis tetragonolobus, an annual plant which grows mainly in arid and semi-arid regions of India.Guar gum, also called guaran, is a galactomannan. It contains 36.6%D-galactopyronosyl units and 63.4%D-mannopyranosyl units. Chemically, guar gum is a straight chain galactomannan, which is 75-85% of the endosperm, has a chain of (1→4)-linked-β-D-mannopyranosyl units with single α-Dgalactopyranosyl units connected by (1→6) linkages to, on the average, every second main chain unit (Fig. 3). The ratio of D-mannopyranosyl to Dgalactopyranosyl units is about 1.8:1. The average molecular weight of guaran is in the range of 1-2 ×106 dalton. The cis-position is important since adjacent hydroxyl groups reinforce each other in hydrogen bonding reactions. Our guar gum powder can be used in rheology management of food,feed and pharma ingredients with following properties.
  • Very high to very low viscosity guar gum powder as per FCC norms.
  • Available in different particle sizes.
  • Slow hydrating to fast hydrating guar gum.
  • Customized product as per customer’s requirement.


FOOD GRADE GUAR GUM POWDER

Products and Ingredients for the Icecream, Dairy and Baking
Best products provide the emulsification and creamy body needed in ice cream and different dairy products. Finished products exhibit a creamy mouth feel with slow meltdown characteristics. Typical usage level will vary with fat levels.


INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION

Oil & Gas Well Drilling Fracturing application
Guar gum and its derivatives have found a broad range of application in petroleum industry as additives for aqueous and water / methanol based fracturing fluids. They serve as water loss control, viscosity control ,suspensions, friction reduction or mobility control. Hydraulic fracturing requires a large volume of fluid be pumped very rapidly in to the well to separate the rock layers mechanically, hence friction reduction by addition of water soluble polymers is practiced routinely, the same polymers usually aid in suspending the proppant agent such as sand Guar gum based product in aqueous fluids is used in drilling shallow wells. These applications utilize the gum’s properties to increase viscosity, reduce fluid loss and decrease fluid friction


Explosives Application
In the production of water-resisting ammonium nitrate stick explosive,guar gum is used as a binding agent. When the explosive stick is immersed in water, the gum in the outer wall swells rapidly and the resultant gel retards leaching of the salts. It is also used as a thickener and gelling agent for slurry explosive.


Cosmetics & Toiletries
Best products are chemically modified derivatives of Guar gum which is a galactomannan polysaccharide obtained from ground endosperm of the legume Cyamopsis tetragonolobus. These products are especially developed to impart performance functions such as thickening, conditioning, foam stability, softening and lubricity in cosmetics & toiletries like hair & skin care products, cleansing & bathing products. SUNCOS-CG products are cationic in nature and manufactured by reacting guar gum with a quaternary ammonium compound to obtain Guar 2-hydroxy-3-(trimethylammonio) propyl ether chloride or Guar hydroxypropyl trimonium chloride.


Textile Applications
Guar gum derivatives like depolymerized, carboxymethyl, cross linked guar are widely used in textile printing .These modified guar gums derivatives gives high color yield, reduced bleeding effect, sharpness and effective penetration of dye. Beside this it is also used as sizing agent.


Mining Application
In the mining industry galactomannans are used as chemical flotation agents by getting absorbed onto hydrated mineral surfaces. In flotation, the galactomannan functions as depressant to block the absorption of other reagents onto the surfaces of talc and other gangues, which are mined along with the valuable minerals.


Water Based Latex and Paints
Rheology modifiers play an important role in influencing certain key properties of paint technology- for instance, vertical flow, leveling, sagging and sedimentation tendency. The key challenge for suppliers, therefore, is likely to be in developing high-performing products that meet the differing requirements of the new paint technologies.

 

 

Rheology modifier provides
  • Adequate viscosity (thickness), so the paint may be applied properly.
  • Impact how thick the paint goes on and how well it flows out when applied.
  • Modern rheology modifiers help latex paints to
  • Resist spattering when applied by roller.
  • Flow out smoothly.
  • Be less likely to spoil than with older generation thickeners (with spoilage, the paint may smell putrid and/or lose viscosity).

    SUNCOS-LPT is a rheology control agent and modified by Carboxymethylation of galactomannan to control the flow properties of water based coatings such as acrylic water based distempers, emulsion paints (both interior and exterior grades), water based cement primers and water based resin emulsions.


PACKING FACILITIES

Paper Industry and Effluent Treatment Plants

Cationic derivatives of Galactomannan gums show excellent hydrogen bonding effects,Especially when used as wet-end additives and as sizing agent in paper manufacturing.Thus papers can be produced with excellent tightness, so that printing inks cannot strike through.The major use of galactomanan and its cationic derivatives in paper making is the wet end of the process. The gum added to the pulp suspension just before the sheet is formed on either a Fourdrinier machine or a cylindrical machine. The pulping process, which is designed to remove lignin and thereby produce a fibrous pulp, also removes a large part of the hemicelluloses normally present in wood These hemicelluloses which are mostly mannan and xylans, could contribute greatly to the hydration property of the pulp and the strength of the paper formed from the pulp. Galactomannans and cationic guars replace or supplement the natural hemicelluloses in the paper binding.



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